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Some Mandatory Evacuations Lifted Following Historic Flooding in San Jose

Some Mandatory Evacuations Lifted Following Historic Flooding in San Jose

Some of the 14,000 residents evacuated due to historic flooding in San Jose will be allowed to return to their homes Wednesday night, a day after rising floodwaters sent residents fleeing inundated homes, crippling entire neighborhoods, which some said resembled water theme parks.

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San Jose Leaders Grilled on Safety Protocols Amid Historic Flood

San Jose Leaders Grilled on Safety Protocols Amid Historic Flood

San Jose leaders on Wednesday fielded a slew of questions about the historic floods that have displaced thousands since yesterday and why people were not given a heads-up about the danger they faced. Damian Trujillo reports.

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What Has Been Done to Prevent Flooding in San Jose?

What Has Been Done to Prevent Flooding in San Jose?

Some of the flooded areas in San Jose have flooded before. So what's been done to protect the area since then? Investigative Reporter Bigad Shaban reports.

Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017 at 11:58 AM PST

Neighbors Forced Out Because of Historic Floods

Neighbors Forced Out Because of Historic Floods

A numbers of cars were submerged and many homes flooded from the water that is contaminated with oil, gasoline and sewage. Bob Redell reports.

Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017 at 11:53 AM PST

Highway 101 Back Open After Flooding

Highway 101 Back Open After Flooding

Highway 101 closed from both directions on Wednesday early morning. Pete Suratos reports.

Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017 at 11:46 AM PST

14,000 Evacuated Because of Floods

14,000 Evacuated Because of Floods

Flooding exceeded 100 year levels. Kris Sanchez reports.

Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017 at 10:21 AM PST

RAW: Anderson Reservoir Continues to Spill

RAW: Anderson Reservoir Continues to Spill

SkyRanger gives an aerial view of the Anderson Reservoir.

Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017 at 08:58 AM PST

Ceremonial Fires Set at Dakota Pipeline Protest Site

Ceremonial Fires Set at Dakota Pipeline Protest Site

Protesters of the Dakota Access pipeline spent the morning of Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, preparing to leave their camp before an afternoon deadline to clear out. They prayed and set fire to a handful of wooden structures as part of a departure ceremony. A massive cleanup effort has been underway for weeks, first by protesters. Now the Army Corps of Engineers is moving in to remove debris left from several months of occupancy, citing the fear of upcoming floods.

Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017 at 07:37 AM PST

Day 34: Trouble at Town Halls

Day 34:  Trouble at Town Halls

Members of Congress face angry constituents in their home districts. Donald Trump claims liberals are organizing resistance and Steve Bannon may lose his position on the National Security Council.

Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017 at 06:47 AM PST

Woman Witnesses Altercation With Officer, Shoots Man

Woman Witnesses Altercation With Officer, Shoots Man

A man involved in a confrontation with an Indiana conservation officer has died after being shot by a witness. Indiana State Police said the incident happened around 12:30 p.m. Monday about 10 miles west of Rising Sun. According to the Ohio County Sheriff's Office, the officer was responding to reports of a suspicious person in the area. Authorities said the off-duty conservation officer responded to the dispatcher's reports, and made contact with the man, identified as Justin Holland, 32. Officials said Holland resisted arrest, and a fight broke out between the pair. "At some point, that officer began to lose that altercation with that person," said Sgt. Stephen Wheeles with Indiana State Police. "It was at that time that a female who was nearby saw what was taking place and decided that she needed to take action and come to the assistance of that officer." Officials said the woman was at a nearby residence, and went to assist the officer. She fired one shot, striking Holland in the torso. A man involved in a confrontation with an Indiana conservation officer has died after being shot by a witness. Indiana State Police said the incident happened shortly after noon on Feb. 20.  The officer was responding to reports of a suspicious person in the area, according to the Ohio County Sheriff's Office. Authorities said the off-duty conservation officer responded to the dispatcher's reports, and made contact with the man, identified as Justin Holland, 32. Officials said Holland resisted arrest, and a fight broke out between the pair.  "At some point, that officer began to lose that altercation with that person," said Sgt. Stephen Wheeles with Indiana State Police. "It was at that time that a female who was nearby saw what was taking place and decided that she needed to take action and come to the assistance of that officer." Officials said the woman was at a nearby residence, and went to assist the officer. She fired one shot, striking Holland in the torso.

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